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Munch vs Nite - What's the difference?

munch | nite |


As nouns the difference between munch and nite

is that munch is a location or restaurant where good eating can be expected while nite is .

As a verb munch

is to chew with a grinding, crunching sound—often used with on .

Nite - What does it mean?

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Nithe vs Nite - What's the difference?

nithe | nite |


As nouns the difference between nithe and nite

is that nithe is (obsolete) envy; hatred while nite is .

Wite vs Nite - What's the difference?

wite | nite |


As nouns the difference between wite and nite

is that wite is blame, responsibility, guilt while nite is .

As a verb wite

is (chiefly|scotland) to blame; regard as guilty, fault, accuse or wite can be (obsolete|or|poetic) to go, go away, depart, perish, vanish.

Nite vs Nide - What's the difference?

nite | nide |


As a noun nite

is .

As a proper noun nide is

a polynesian language spoken in vanuatu.

Nite vs Yite - What's the difference?

nite | yite |


As nouns the difference between nite and yite

is that nite is while yite is the yellowhammer.

Nite vs Snite - What's the difference?

nite | snite |


As nouns the difference between nite and snite

is that nite is while snite is (obsolete|or|scotland) a snipe.

As a verb snite is

(obsolete|or|scotland|transitive) to blow (one's nose).

Nite vs Nitre - What's the difference?

nite | nitre |


As a noun nite

is .

As a verb nitre is

.

As an adjective nitre is

nitrated.

Nite vs Kite - What's the difference?

nite | kite |


As nouns the difference between nite and kite

is that nite is while kite is a bird of prey of the family accipitridae belonging to one of the following groups: or kite can be the stomach; belly or kite can be (label) a weight-measure unit from ancient egypt, equivalent to 01 deben.

As a verb kite is

to fly a kite.

Cite vs Nite - What's the difference?

cite | nite |


As nouns the difference between cite and nite

is that cite is wedge, short spear or stick while nite is .

As an adjective cite

is full, brim-full.

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